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This is a discussion on Well, I thought about it for a moment within the Ninja H2 forums, part of the Kawasaki Ninja H2 category; I will break it down for you. You know how you have the yellow speed signs on the road....and also the white ones? It's the ...

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    I will break it down for you. You know how you have the yellow speed signs on the road....and also the white ones? It's the same thing. Yellow is the recommended limit...white is the true and absolute limit.

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    hbk, it it were an issue, a problem, or worth mentioning, I don't believe Ive ever seen a couple , riding on a Harley, that would be within a limit. Ive seen many where rider weight went well over 500, and we wont even mention accessories or gear.

    Sorry...ive got to go back to my manual to look up my concours 14s towning limit. Ive not found it yet.
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    Your margin of safety increases exponentially, well maybe geometrically; actually infinitely if you remove the swingarm (since you can't go anywhere). I guess there's still the danger of your dropping it on yourself due to poor balance.

    But yes, shave 10 pounds here, add 10 pounds there.
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    I CANNOT STOP LAUGHING AND CRYING! Best single line in an H2 review I've read!

    On a full throttle, it picks up smoothly from as low as 2500 rpm, and delivers you a predictable build of power through the lower midrange. By the time you hit 7,000 rpm, it's whipping itself into a furious lather, and up between 10,000 rpm and the 14,000 rpm redline, there's nothing to do but hang on with every muscle clenched, especially the circular ones, and listen to a full and fruity series of profanities leaving your body whether you want them to or not.

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    D.F., I disagree on your statement about the swingarm sticker. That "sticker" recommended tire pressure of a ZR7, (or a car for that matter) isn't always correct or gospel by any means. Consider the differences between the OEM bias ply tires it had when new, vs whatever radial tires and/or dual compounds which maybe on it now? Your tire pressure can/should change depending on the particular tires stated air pressure recommendation on the sidewall.
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